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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$I.RO A PAY JlETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I CAPITALJDEBATE Hon. Mr. Cushing Fought Hard For Calgary j. t. mooinTfor red But Edmonton Won Ease. Out deer With   m i STANDARD : Lumber Coy Baker, B. C. | Kdnnnuon, April 25.- The capital (question enme up this afternoon up-j on a straight motion by lion. W. II. j Cn��lviiig to remove the capital to i Calgary. He prefaced his motion by 'announcing that the art Ion was not 'taken through any Ill-will to Edmonton, of which he hod the highest opinion. besides rtuich gratrtiKlo for the hospitality of Kdmonton people. He believed there was UMIo nnimos election, and H �na decided to leave i'l to him. Ilv had cotnu to �live coit-eliislun to support Mtlnionlon. Mny-he there was something selfish in II, �hut that Is no business of yours. Idritnntrton was now n 'bettor com-j merclnl city than Cnlgnry. Edmonton, he said, would be t'hi>j greatest city In tlu\ Northwenu lie told of .the railways running i-nto j Fktmonton, nnd sn-M that he knew of | no roads getting into Cslgnry. lie; did not believe llmt the vote cast In �the last elcotiion wms a fair estimate More people wore coming Into tho north tlmn tifie sotuh. Mr. Simmons, of Lethlvridge, snp-ported Calgary, though Jio maintained that the people wore more nnx-lotis to .have the question s-titled than In the. Anal selection. The. vote was then taken and rc-sultople, as now. believed that Calgary was the place Tor Edmonton-Rutherford, Cross, rinlay. Iloyle, W-jlkor. McCauloy, llosenroll, Simpson, Puffer. Mnreel-lus, Merhernon, McKinney. 1V*ord, Drick, llredin, MacLeod- ��- The speaker t?ould not vote. When ihe, vote was announced tho) larg� audience, rose up and roared SEASONABLE GOODS Wo atill have full linos of the following, All Fresh: Kippers and Bloaters, Boneless Codfish, Salt Herring, and Mackerel, Lobsters, Shrimps and Clams. Salmon, Sanlines. Oysters. Clam Juice nnd Chowder, Fresh and Kippered Herrings. Deviled Crabs on Shell Fresh Eggs 20e per Do/.. Try a l'nt-knge of Norkn the New Broakfus Fond. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO lor the provincial capital ; Calgary has been in.the pest, and R� �Ppl*use. > now, and in the future is likely to >,r- Moore, moving for Red Deer, bo. the best business centre in the, Mr. Stuart seconding, descrii-od him-province 'u is the wholesale ccirtre' s*" As Uw hero ol a lost cause, and and more wholesale men arc coming .followed U by one of -the strongest in daily. Clause it is alroady easy!orations cwr �leliv�red in this or any of access. If tlic business men think jother legijlalnre. In his wddress he Calgary is too best point for busl- i^**!- with the question In numerous �to build l*e llint'UsI 'to the lines Ldmonton. April i!..-Of railway  shown on each map. legislation vnvre anet to the question of1 Olliet , later session, although all ,nay bo X' TKT 7S given powers to proceed with stir- ;Territorinl Assembly hnn,MMon lo �� "np �huw,r*i, in, in dollar ,fw. an mlditionnl foe under the com-snnnt to this idea the consideration ,mnios ordinance which in the raw of i>f the AHwitn SotHheni, which a company ritpit-aliml at sny live wound up in the bill In-ing referred | ;\�ln,,on'...*vo".W, amou"1 ,l,",Hl back 'to tlH' rnil&oy eonuivittee. oc Drs. Mewburn & Calbraith Pliyilci.ns, Suigcont, Accouchctl l{e!) a.m., 2-!l |>.ni.. 7-8 p. in. Sundays- 2.II0 to :t.�l [i. in. Telephones 11 and All. F.H.Mi:\viiiitx \V.S.Gamihaitm Ml). CM. MB. CM. twelve hundred dollars. Your comit�ittei� think that such re- ness men, rt is proof that rt is the [ I**"*"- l'� pointed out that ninety ! rUpio�l most, of the time of the House j ,,,|r,.|1K.n. Hhould lie continued. '^V-T11' �' ,hrt �>,lot,u' wvre R0,un|>vstoiHl�y nfterooon. iiikI led to! fl. Your eomntitrtoe would also tve of Kdtuonton. He went minutely in- n tho !ommend that tlw powers of railway to the north country, which at Mio i\nmmor of Public Works ami the eo,"ptt1,'PS sl,ouW * conftnod Htrietly: most lavornhle computation would ,,,,,,.,.. tol. MnrllH>Hibrklge, J location of town sKes phould ho sub ' north* �oot not be settled by more thuh two hundred thousand people. Ity tint time there, would be a million settlers in the south. 'The southern country, with irrigation canals min^ and the boot sugar i-. I is rv, lent Itself to a dense �). EXTRAORDINARY WATCH VALUES Do you want a wah-hy Most everyone does. Ever-body needs one. Some people. liowev��r. don't feel like |>aying n large sum for one. They try to get along by depending on the public clocks mid I heir friend* for the time. Inconvenient, of course.  1 have n number of watches J ill stock that I wish tudisporie $ of at bottom prices. All the lending makes. They are all iirst-clasB time-keepers, as I test each one myself before putting it out. They are positively so cheap that there is no further excuse for your going without a watch. f W. J. Armstrong!  JEWELER ENGRAVER x OPTICIAN. WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. $ Railroad Transferring. Praying ami (leneral Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly, v DAY. OATS. SAND AND STONK FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick & Cocksliutt Machinery v Webber . and Adnins Wagons *.* ! t'anada Carriage Co.'s JUiguies, Ktc. I J. F. RODGERS ' ''Phone 63 Maiuicjer most convenient for all purposes. He referred to the expense of trtiikling in Kdinootoii. The freight alone on stone, cement ntwl limo would he twenty thousni'd dollars. Calgary offer, d a site for tlie building. Hon. C \V Cross t>i public works, but Joined in rej�iiiii�K ni the (impress of Calgary. He spoke of IOdmonton's long and interesting history. I e^nning in 177U, when it was more Important thnu Toroirtn lyiioooton has been disnppomtisl because tl�> r. |�. R. sooth nnd again when the C.'�hc offer of Rod Peer offerlttg .v IV rni'wuy remained outskh' the j hundreur*dnr>. but had ^hown faith �-tone for legisla'ix-e buildings, by ficirtiiin .m i'lie f p. R hadl'dosod with n delightful He referr.d to the snie at- that he had seconded the motion on tiaet ions of li.lin.�i>t.-n. ami i�ffero.l �* understanding that h* vote as ii .In.i.of thriv sites ' he pfensetl. He would accept the He that Calgary was Drs. DeVehcr & Campbell IMiysicians and Surgeons. Oflices- Oil block. Phone 143. at or m>ar westerly to is as far distant from iOdmonton as | Ijesiv iiupoi'tnnt in some ivvpecls, but quoted statistics to show l>ltnon- 'motion t�n's g.*o|jraphical advantages. He Mr. Hk-hert prop�>scsl Uanff. but also rnsl from tin- threshers' returns; could not m-t a wcondcr. llosenroll showing that n majority of the 'out of courtesy agreed to second his threshers north He maintain-!motion, hut Mr. Hubert witlKlrew f Red Isvr e.\iv.shtl Hie south j Th" 1'remier closci by congrntu-by ten ihousniul He nutempto.1 to dating the House on the tndld dolwte. explain the vole in the recent elec ., , ,. ..,, .,,,�, ijeot to the 1 ocnt'ion of LAoutonnnt the 11. t. line, north* |�,oV�lrty. 'IH'.e bill had been reporNst by the H yot|r ,.,minittee further recom-railway committee, nt�d uppnix'titly the n" wfts I1'1*'" sndlng. Mr. IIJ was In chnrge. WImmi clause Id. glv-Mng the rtute wns reached, the Minister of Public Works rose to remark J that tlie railway charters l>eforo the ! House, were asking for sweeping pow-t t-rs. and while doing so it was pro-1 posed that these rhnrters nlionld lat- __..... , �j .... ii iU*r come nndtr n Renernl act to be privilege ami couW not support Red ... * . ,_ .... ., l|iasse�l bj .t4ie province. As he saw Deer. Mr Moore then wrthdrow his ' 1 it, tltis was an uiitiimble position. If the companies given certain rights DR. B. JACKSON DKNTIRT Graduate Northwestern University Di'iital School, Cliicaj'o. OHice-Ott Block mend that nil companies Inrorporat � | i-.t at this session niiottld Ihcommend j that in ali the acts of Incorporation j it .-lauv should bo Inserted giving RAYMOND the province the right at any time) to expropriate the property toiiipanv at valuation. All of which is res|�ectfully In considering tJie bills l*'foro tin lloiite yesterday the recommemln tions were applied. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Sup rintcr.dt nt ALBERTA. of the Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REUULATIONS. ANT rrcu anml>rr� sal U, aot re erTtd. m�- be hdmeftif aded by any person wbo la tbr �o'� brad of a faint!;, or aor tntleorer IH-rara ((age. to ibe (xi*ut ot oi.e quarter aeeilon ot 10S acrea. more or ]ea>. �air* M) be made peraonaM r at tbe local Iae4 aStee for the dlatrlct la wbtcb tbe land la Music, or It tbehoroeetcadcr dealrra, be nia-ou appttcatloB to tbe Minuter of tbe Inierlur Ottawa, tbe Commlaalooer of Imtalgratlon Wtaalpet, or tbe local agent recetre autborltt for come oar to make ratrr for blai. TIm> buBirateadcr I* requln-d to perfoita >b# rindltlona conarcied tbricwlib uoder ote Of fvllowtiif plana � l. At le�*i n't muuibk rekldencr upun and cultivation ol tbe land In e�cb vrar (or tbire yara J. It ibe faibfr (ur o oilirr. If ihr fjihrr la drceaerd) ot tbe hum.- tfjOrr nalues upon a lu tbe vtcluli; ot ibr laud rutertd tor tb� rr4Ulremenia aa In resilience mn be aaiiaued hf aweb prrtnu leHldln-; wlib tbe fatber ut luolber. 3 If ibeiettler baahlaaeiuaneni rcntdencc npoD farmlug land owned tiy bini lu the vlcln-I'jr of bla bomeatead. n..- requlrenii-iiu aw to raaideuce mar l irkldruce upon Ibeaald land. Bl� monba' notlcu In willlut: tboiilu l.e Klrru In the Conuolaelouer of liuinlui.iu,.i� Ottawa Of Intention to appl- fur laieui w. w. CORY. Deputy of Ibe HlnUier of tbe Inieilor. KEAN'S OSaVHHsVawleBBlBiS � -r-FOR--- High-Class Confectionery Boyd's - Candy Is Delicious All the Freshest Fruit* on the Market Ice Cream and Ice Cream Soda Specialty. Try a Chocolate Sundae J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. 0. 'Phone 98 01 taxing G ruining W. M. BARBER. Paintor and Decorator Carriage Tainting u specially KaUoiniuinK Taperhan^ing 11.�n by the fact that Hie vote in the north was not well Itt'oiigtrt out, on.l'sl by arguing that as all 1 capitals of other ptovinces in Can* ! .via were near the boui>.tury line, j of AHxTta should !.�> far from ' the line to show the wonderful area ', of the country. I Mr Stuart, m-'mler for (lU>Uhcn referred to the argunveirts of Mr. Cross, who was aftempting to visit upon Alb-'Ku tlx* sills of the IV 1*. It. by placing the capital nt an In-cunveuieirt point, while nt lire san�j lime arguing for I'Xlmonton because it hod Ihvii the Hudson Ray t'o.'s |cnp>tiil. u momirehy worse than the V 1*. It , which had done ten-limes more to retard settlement in the country thnn the C IV It hod to retard or ivdvnnco it. He was t^poft-xt to the principle of geographical arrangement. Tho province consists not of soil. land, urines, but of men and women. and in them Calgary was not wanting now, and will remain in future tlw centre of peculation t'algary was tho central point (K'twivn I.'diuontoii and the bouwl-ury It wus in the load now, and would continue to be. He quoted statistics to bear out thin contention He argued that from a scenic standpoint Calgary, which was in view of the Rocky Mountains, could not I* surpassed Mr lloyle, member for Sturgeon, replied, arguing that more than half now, it would be very hard to tukc those rights away by a general act eight months from now. The particular bill in point, nsko.l it lire years in which -to commence building, and he dkl not see that I any grent hardship would le incurr- rallway bills which have al-rea-.ty parsed rommlHee nnd have The dv Iwsm rocommende.l to the House ore t tnki !>'nn>' wi,h u "*w ��,nw I ^ , M ~ , , ,. b imn.* attention 4o the railway hllls:'^ **** \n The Ranching News. Maple Crvek. ftn,., ,hn ,,,, c,., IalWe|�he reiom.nomlatIons nnd will prob- inefers to the improvements Y. W. ;,tallw w, hfti, M , ,, wl(h. ably go through as soon as thecal- . , Downer has boon making to his ou, ^ nvi M . Hal question has l.-oen . lonrvd off property there as follows: |t n|is,. ^ {m ^ Riwra| , . the slate ami the House gets down | One of the innovations of the later ,,on Hlnrp ,lOW,.v,.r. ,,,,'�� �'�' ^'IPitar business again, day signs of Maple Creek s prosper-1^ |ook| Jnto maHo|. ftn|| i C. A. StuaK. in m..vinK the s.,-jlty is the new addition to the Hotel hftd ha(| t|)p ^ . MiniBU.r of;oml reading �* Hill No. .".7. a bill to j Cypress, which was started on Mon- j ,,,,,,.,. ^ h|m ft , limit the rlirtrt of disposing of>ro,�-, jday. The new addition, when ~'�-jo* nil tiw Mlia which ho had read "r,J- �oU^ ,ho �lt4,�li�>� �f ����'. coMider.,to ,u, ||oum, Thjl lntim�t�li,lo,,w ""> ,ncl ,ha.t ns l"" ,nw! lhat the ,,ilU were. in most cases, ,WW "lT* * "'I? !'�H'" " '�r " """I I nuki.w. �. _ ^ .i. i1" will away all his property mid . t asking for tnnro expensiw, powers., ,* , ' ' ... | the same appearance as the present u H , fat>h> tho-t the rail. '""^ h,s wlfc l^n,>iUwi- ,,p sn"1 ��� i building, nnd when the addition ls|w ucl v.ou|(1 crn,t ;nn,l noted several cases in tho rue-ni ' I^Hist when* women hail been left | m- ; George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Ynnl North o� Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices -----YARDS AT- LETHBR1DGC RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will Pay You To Sitution Icing Oats -For Sale Wo can fill any order lit tbe Tery.beit,cleaned Oata ever offered at $20,00 per ton, Kicked f. . u, High River. Please send in your orders ntonce io High River Elevator end Lumber Co., U4. High River, Alt*. Uliurlvs Schack, Mgr. Moosejaw Hoard ot Trade Js asking #lil,000 for a pubUeHy bureau. George Beverley Real Estate, Keating, Loans, Insurance and Investments 1 vim sell your laud no mutter when* located. Special representative, National Co-operative Realty Co.'C hicauo AUCTIONEER Cries --.Merchautlise, Fiirni Stock Salts TAB BR ALBERTA The town of RoskImihI has honored ilio memory of "l-Vi/hor J-ut." tiw , honomi clcrgj-mnn who livexl iu [ that town when vt was one of the ; livr*lie�it mining camps in t'atvadu. : 'l>ho �m>morials which hnvo boon nam- ! od in his honor Imvu 'taken the form j of a drinking fountain and an ambu-1 lance. Daer lino He predicted a rapid de velcpinent ot the north country. Mr MelCn/ie. of Mncleod, favonsl Calgary. !*.>lieving that the majority of the �h.i|ilr in the piovinee f;ivor-�.l Calgary. Mr MvCault-y. of- \ 'riutllion. supported Ivklmotitoii. ifr I'mter. oi l^ncombe, favore*.! IOdmonton, arKtiing that all it needed now was railway facilities, which were coming rapidly. Mr I'utfer ivgretunl, on j�'rsonal ^roomts. that he had to inkn~tho position be del. for he persoiwlly preferi\*d t'atgiir.v, but lie Ix-lleved Ins i onm h uents wiuiusl rxlnioiiton Mr. ltol.erlsoii. of High River, fav-oro-l Calgary U-caiiMj (if its sltilft-iioii in the centre of population as Well us shown by >th� vole, anil there i oiil.l I.,, no queS'tiou but that It �jlld j would continue to U> central. It I wns now a Rivnt agricultural, and ! vcoiiM be n imuoiftuHiring is�ntro. Calgary wns the centre of cmumercc in clo�*-� tiineli with Imve commercial centres. The scenery surrounding Calgary far exceeds hi beauty that about I'Mmoi-ton. Calgary was par excellence the he�l part ol the richest dist 1 of the lx>st province in the Dominion. Mr.  Finlay.. mentlx>r for M-�dicino Hat, sard he now iiiv|iIo:|(>\h| ns the i|ii-suo(i wus not ditcussod in his located in their midst, and they should also tiear in mind that a cred- ad-can After a wry thorough discussion the Allxrtn Southern hill was refer* rod back to the railway committe-tor reconsideration. Attorncy-Ooneral Cross nskod l�nve to have sub-section 2 of section l> struck out of the land titles act. The section lu qiK'Stlon re.pilivs that iJepuiy-roglirtrars sliould qualified lawyers. The alteration was accepted by tho House. Tho Legislature this evening spent' the entire session on tho Occidental Insurance Co. bill nnd the Alberta Pacific elevator charter Uoyle, of Sturgeon, anil Moure, of Hod Uvr, opposxsl die former on lite grounds | that the company would got nil thu! rights of a provincial company with | out cotuii.g under the All�rtu insur- ; anco act to bu -Mised next session. | The bill was referred hack to the i private bills coiiuntt'tee for modern tlon. j Robertson, of High River, ami SiiniiionR. of U-thhriNige, opposed the ' eleva'or charter on the ground that I jlliless by the will of the deceased  husbtili.l. The law. he inrul.t, 'shouKI he such as to make ,t '.; \\> -s- | jsible for a man to deprive hi'i �:fe| of all right in tho property. The bill, of course. ,vo ii.1 |ply to coses where a husba id I � intestate. In that case all :.  > i' Igoes to tho wife, as '.he Dom  '.i i |act provides that landed pro.' > i � ' consiilro;l as personal properly. Tlie limit placed was St2,000 , Mr. llosenroll crxlorsexl the bill, on, Iconsideration that an amendmont be addtsi to the. effect that a wife who ; had ceased to live with her h us I and should have no rights. Mr TeWord endors lini-,it of 913,000 u-os altogether too low. i Mr Mackenzie ngretd with the ,iocmlK'r for High River. ' J. R. lloylo sakl Mint while ho en- j d'prs'Kl the principle tti tho hill, ho Building-Material W� cin supply yen with Saihw aei DoorsJJWiaeow and Doer Fraows Office. Baak aid Homc FillJai*. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN 1N(JS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lutnlier on hand (Quotations promptly Riven ou ap|.licatiou CRANBROOK Sash & Door Factory CU A Nil HOOK, u a. I itablc hotel in one of the tiost 1 vertibing mediums that a town have. The enterprise of Mr. Downer Is deserving of the appreciation of his fellow citizens, and th�t appreciation, we are sure, will not U� withheld. -,-o-- IT IS MNVilCROim TO VKOLKCT A How often do we hear it remarked "It's only a cold." and a few days later loam that tho man is on his back with pneumonia. 'Mils la of ."tich common occurrence ilwvt a cold, however slight, should ntit ho disregarded. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cotinleraois any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, ami has gain-d its great popularity and extensive sale by Hs prompt cures of this most common ailment. Jt. always cures and Is pleasant to take. Tor sale by all druj'gists. (it laid the foundati.m for a monop- j ...^gni,^! that ii ran up aflaiaMt'a lerMion Kl^t many legal principles already established in tho land aot ami other acts. Hi) thought that tliere sliould be n prov/slon to the effect thAt the husband or wife should have tho right to leavfl property in trust, bo that in case the party oly. H wus still under consideration when tho House rose. FVlmonton, April 8.1.- Owing to tho Walker banquet at the Port last night, yesterday's nesslon of r her consort capable of conducting the businesR the properly inkrht lw l.t't in capable hands. \ Tiie bill wan read a scenmd timo ami referred 'to -tlie committee .|jn leg- al bills. ROCK^I- adopted advising, or reconunemling. VQT |p vs J(U.M to tbo House that certain rules Im J.KIt. followed in the giving of railway j if j*ol, noU all't-hevveaUh of nick iharlers, up until such time as the,feller, tlw Standard Oil mngWt". aovcrnmcnt brings hi a general rail- |'vou could not buy a better inodiclue way aot. ,.�,, ,i, probably ... at^^^^J^^ the which will probably le nt next session of the legislature. ,iiom nemody. Tho most einim/nt * - � ..www .  *.u ll.t.nt i^ll,lilt.... vno recninmendaticns indicnto more physiolnn can not proscribe a lietuer clearly than anything that has lioro-!{�"?�*�>��. (�f coiiu ���rrtioi ,, , , ; " ,, .. . both for children and adults. ,--'>---- 11 of ore come before tins House that t unUnrm k11cccr� of this remedy hai Andrew Carnogio lias donated $.10,*! ,h,>,'� �s 1� '� no monopoly in A I-1 shown H to Iw superior to all o 000 to Victoria Methodist College, bortn. and tlivy practically sound ers. It never falls, and when iwlucod tho knell of the charter monger, so ] with water HdnwM, |" I'1*"*; . ... � . ant. to take. I'-very family should bo far as this province is conwrnod. w,ppUoi, wiUn it. Sold by all drug-'Wie report, which was adopted by gists. t Neck Comfort Jen.l i�sBiblo when your collar )*� "saw tooth" ctlgca. In our laundry ovory collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phono Mo. \Vukoii calU everywhere,' Let tie try a lot for you. Toronto, for a library. Tho hoard of governors accepted tho otter and will provide another t.10,000 for its maintenance. Sir William P. Howlund underwent ccessfirtly an operation at Toronto! to*' appomlicHlH. The fenturo of thai o|*t|ytion is that ho is 00 years of-probably the � oldest person over ioji